Drama in Nairobi county. A married woman, 21, has been arrested for staggering her abduction.
According to reports, she was kidnapped along Loita streets of Nairobi's CBD. To make the matter worse, Wairimu later called her husband and told her that the Kidnappers wanted 200k as ransom.
At the time, Mukutu reacted by reporting the case to DCI before raising 17k from his kins, and sending it. Unfortunately, Wairimu never come after receiving the 17k.
These prompted to, Mukuru opening a WhatsApp fund group to get the remaining 40k. Fortunately, the money was raised and sent.
During the process of sending the money and receiving it, DCI tracked the phone. And it landed them to a house near Jomo Kenyatta university, where Wairimu studies.
At the time, DCI stormed into the room, where the phone's signal was coming from. What's shocking, they found Wairimu living a soft life with her new/side lover.
Currently; Wairimu is resting her heels at Embakassi police station. What's your take, share it on the comment section.
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